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Tensions over the North Korean threat dissipated Monday in the wake of the Charlottesville unrest
European benchmarks were mixed heading into the close on Tuesday after a flurry of corporate earnings and company announcements drove a divergent performance across markets.
TUI shares rose Tuesday after the tour operator said it has sold its remaining stake in container shipping firm Hapag Lloyd.
TUI stock slumped Monday after delivering a mixed set of quarterly numbers, just hours before travel bookings firm Trivago is set to release its own second-quarter results.
European and Asian markets steadied after China's third devaluation of the renminbi in as many days was accompanied by a declaration that there was no basis for devaluation to continue.
European stocks were little changed on Friday amid a drop in U.K. consumer confidence and a mixed bag of corporate earnings on the last trading day of July.
Europe's major stock indices recovered from Tuesday's selloff, following Chinese stocks higher.
European markets on Thursday are trading around the high levels seen earlier in the week.
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